C3 Pictures Unveils Plans for State-of-the-Art Film City in Lagos, Reinforcing African Narrative Globally

C3 Pictures, an Afro-focused multimedia outfit, is preparing to introduce an ambitious initiative to establish an ultramodern international film city in Lagos. The company aims to redefine its brand identity and become a prominent advocate for projecting the African narrative to a global audience through various creative media channels, including film production, television, and photography.

At the upcoming re-launch and hangout event, scheduled for Sunday, July 2nd, 2023, C3 Pictures will outline its strategic vision for positioning itself as a frontrunner in reshaping Africa’s stories and presenting its most captivating narratives worldwide. The event serves as a platform to showcase the company’s commitment to exceptional storytelling and promoting African culture and heritage.

Isaac Adewole Gold, CEO of C3 Pictures, emphasized the significance of self-representation in media and cultural storytelling. Gold stated, “Media plays a pivotal role in shaping culture, and there is no better storyteller than ourselves. It is imperative to tell our own stories and showcase the true essence of the African experience and history to the world.” With an unwavering determination, C3 Pictures is embarking on an ambitious journey to establish powerful media platforms that can rival the best in the industry.

C3 Pictures has developed a comprehensive master plan spanning multiple years, which includes the establishment of world-class media facilities such as an ultramodern film and photography studio, a television station, and a film academy. Additionally, the company aims to host prestigious international events, including awards ceremonies, exhibitions, and screenings, further reinforcing its commitment to promoting African creativity.

The re-launch event is expected to draw notable figures from the entertainment, media, and business industries. Among the esteemed guests attending the event are music legend, actor, and politician Bankole Wellington (Banky W); communications tycoon and CEO of Zenera Consulting, Meka Olowola; Esther Benyogo, winner of Voice 2022; popular actors Lateef Adedimeji, Jide Awobona, Alesh Sanni, and Adebimpe Adedimeji; as well as Big Brother Naija personalities Khalid, Kess, and Savior.

Founded by Isaac Adewole Gold, C3 Pictures is a dynamic and eclectic African multimedia outfit offering services in filmmaking, television, photography, and other creative media. With a strong global presence in Lagos (Nigeria), Ontario (Canada), London (United Kingdom), and Atlanta (USA), the company is dedicated to becoming a leading African media brand that showcases the diverse and authentic narratives of Africa’s culture and heritage.

C3 Pictures aims to bridge the existing gap in global storytelling by presenting African stories in new and relatable ways, all while maintaining innovation and excellence. Through this endeavor, the company seeks to leave an indelible mark on the world stage and revolutionize the portrayal of Africa’s stories.

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